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11-W:  Evaluating the Intended Learning Journey in your Online Course Design
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This workshop will provide participants with the ability to review the pedagogical design of an online course. This evaluation is pursued through the review of a learning journey. Changing the perspective to not just be about the learner as a persona but to think of evaluation as an opportunity to reconstruct learning paths which can be numerous for each identified persona.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 08 Room
Presented by: Camille Dickson-Deane, University of Melbourne
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W1:  Positioning yourself as an asset for instructional design jobs in private industry and higher education
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This three hour workshop addresses the process of finding suitable employment opportunities involving the skills and abilities associated with instructional designers and eLearning professionals, specifically learned in educational technology or instructional design degree programs and how to market them in private industry and higher education. Participants can expect an outcome of preparing a job application packet containing suitable descriptions or representations of work samples for job opportunities in higher education and private industry to house in a personal e-Portfolio.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 12 Room
Presented by: Daniel Watanabe, Instructional Designer
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W10:  Creativity in Education
Creativity is a mental ability that can be enhanced and which is valuable to educators, designers, and institutions. This session is based on the lessons learned from teaching and researching in the field of creativity. Workshop participants will be tested on their own creative ability, complete a series of exercises to increase their own creativity, and will learn and practice activities designed to encourage personal creativity and in one's work.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, St John's Room
Presented by: Brad Hokanson, University of Minnesota
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W2:  Q-Methodology Primer: A Mixed Methods Approach to Research
Are you looking for a methodology that will help you identify and articulate perceptions of various stakeholders groups in your research? Are you overwhelmed by in-depth interviews but underwhelmed by the interpretive value of Likert surveys? Then this workshop is for you. Learn the basic philosophy, technique and method that is Q-methodology, and add a new tool to your researcher tool-kit. In addition, learn about the pedagogical applications of Q-methodology in your classroom.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 09 Room
Presented by: Brandy Walker, University of Georgia
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W3:  How to Articulate a Departmental Strategic Plan Using Semi-Empirical Design Methods
Strategic Planning is a crucial leadership process for establishing and communicating a clear direction for departments and organizations. When clearly articulated, strategic plans serve as the framework by which all decisions within the unit are aligned. In setting a common direction and outlining guiding operational criteria, strategic plans can help maximize departmental/organizational success and efficiency. This workshop will outline semi-empirical methods for creating a clearly articulated strategic plan that is well aligned throughout. These methods were utilized in creating the strategic plan for an Academic Success Center at a medium sized private university, and are based on a variety of tools from evaluation, instructional design and other sources.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 10 Room
Presented by: Fredrick Baker III, University of South Alabama
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W5:  Creating Contextual Learning Experiences Using Scaffolding and Problem-based Learning
Have your students ever asked you "Why do I need to know this?" Do you struggle to make connections between your content and your students' lives? Using problem-based learning combined with carefully aligned and scaffolded assessments, you can both increase the cognitive skill level of assignments and provide real-life examples for your content. This workshop will help you develop a contextual problem for your class and multiple aligned and scaffolded contextual assessments.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the T3rd Level, City Terrace 06 Room
Presented by: Carrie Miller, Minnesota State University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W6:  Connecting Pedagogy and Technology: Embedding Google G-Suite and Formative Assessment Tools in Classroom Instruction
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Attendees of this workshop will develop “Leading Learning” techniques using various G-Suite Google and Web 2.0 Formative Assessment tools to design learning experiences for creating a climate to “change” the classroom to a student-centered environment with the teacher leading the process. Designing lessons connecting pedagogy, curriculum and technology in multiple classroom environments creates a system where the process of learning through strategically designed lessons will maximize how students learn and participate in the learning process.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 11 Room
Presented by: George Ober, William Floyd School District
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W8:  Innovative Case-Based E-Learning Design for Enhancing Real-World Problem Solving: Three Principles and Seven Strategies
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The workshop will demonstrate a variety of case-based e-learning models, according to different types of problems--such as dynamic decision-making, diagnosis-solution problems, design problems, and ethical dilemmas--that have been developed and implemented in Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Engineering, Agricultural Science, and Teacher Education. Three principles and seven strategies for case-based e-learning design, which have emerged through a series of the research projects, will be presented with examples of e-learning products and its development processes (http://elearning.coe.uga.edu).
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 04 Room
Presented by: Ikseon Choi, The University of Georgia, Hui Rong, The University of Georgia
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
11-W9:  Humanizing the Online Course Space: Engaging Learners through Multimedia and the Written Word
This workshop is for anyone who teaches online. It is designed to help online instructors to humanize their courses and to better engage with their learners.
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Wednesday Workshops 11/08/17 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 05 Room
Presented by: Laura Gray, UWI
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00